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Information on Panasonic TV

Is there anysite with information/review on the Panasonic FX800 TV ?
They seam to be very good TV but the internet is empty when searching for those TV.
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martbob wrote:
Mar 12th, 2019 8:25 pm
Is there anysite with information/review on the Panasonic FX800 TV ?
They seam to be very good TV but the internet is empty when searching for those TV.
Panasonic doesn't sell TVs in the US, which is why it's hard to find reviews on them.

Personally, I'd just recommend getting an OLED, if the TV size you're looking for is 55" or 65".
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EugW wrote:
Mar 14th, 2019 9:55 am
Panasonic doesn't sell TVs in the US, which is why it's hard to find reviews on them.

Personally, I'd just recommend getting an OLED, if the TV size you're looking for is 55" or 65".
Yeah even If I get problem or want calibration setting it will be too hard to find. Im gonna pass I think.
OLED 65" seams to be where Im heading. I was thinking of getting 75" x900f or even 82" NU8000 but Im not sure if it's really worth the big increase in price.

OLED 65" - perfect image and I am not scare of burn-in since I only play in busrt of 2 hours max. But still expansive
X900f 75" - Good enough picture quality but still 3500$ for the 75" compare to the 2000$ for 65"
NU8000 82" - Picture quality not on par with x900f since it's edge lit (in my opinion) but it's only 3000$ for a 82" but it's made for gamer and that's what I use my TV for.

Though choice. I guess Im gonna wait for that deal that triggers me :)
If you have any other input please let me know.
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You should be able to get the X900F for cheaper than that, if you negotiate.

This thread talks about the 2018 LG OLED models, with some mention of X900F pricing as well.

lg-2018-lg-oled-tvs-sale-1900-55-c8-280 ... 8-2214209/

Note though if you have a fixed HUD (or map or whatever) up all the time in your gaming, OLED is not an ideal solution.

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I don't play many games and went with a 2018 LG C8 65". I would have preferred the 77", but it was far, far too expensive at about $7800. The 65" can be had for well under $3000. However, for gaming there is some risk of burn-in on the OLEDs. There is zero risk of burn-in on the X900F and NU8000.
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Yeah but 3 hours of the same logo doesn't get you burn-in I don't think so.

I have look at the rtings bur-in result and I don't think it's a problem. (https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/real-li ... rn-in-test)

If I can get the x900f 65" for 1500$ or 75" for 2500$ that would probably be ideal. If not the 65" OLED at 2500$ will be my pick I think so.

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